The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

A Brief Appreciation James Rosenquist, a titan of the Pop Art movement, died in New York on Friday at age Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

In Christie’s posh salesroom on Park Avenue last week, “Self-Portrait” by Jean-Michel Basquiat, the onetime graffiti artist who died of Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

A rich trove of impressionist and other 19th century works of art, acquired mostly after World War II by Wall Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Andy Warhol’s “Shot Red Marilyn” goes on the block with a presale estimate of $2.5 million to $3 million Warhol’s Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

The moment is frozen in art market history. It is Nov. 10, 1988 and 43-year-old New York art dealer Larry Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Thomas Hovings’s tell-all account of his decade at the helm of the Metropolitan Museum of Art is as action-packed as Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

In a stinging blow to art market expectations for a recovery, Sotheby’s tonight registered its highest rate of unsold works Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Made in Heaven,” Jeff Koons’s new X-rated art. show at the Sonnabend Gallery in SoHo, carries a warning sign on Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

Mark Kostabi, king-con of the ’80s art world, doesn’t dye his hair anymore or wear “clown suits” from Charivari. “In Read more…

The Washington Post
by Judd Tully

The tarnished provenance surrounding the old-master paintings formerly belonging to Ferdinand and Imelda Marcos got polished today at Christie’s when Read more…